Ed Miliband

Ed Miliband is Leader of the Labour Party and current Leader of the Opposition

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If Miliband is PM, it is expected that Cameron will stand down as party leader quickly

Election 2015: Britain only succeeds when all its working people succeed

As part of i's election special, Ed Miliband gives you his final pitch

Ed Miliband:

Ed Miliband: I pledge to make Britain a more just and equal country

The Conservatives prefer to put the wealthy and powerful first, rather than Britain’s working people

David Cameron in 2006, when the Tory party had a green agenda

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Rebel fighters walk in front of damaged buildings in Karam al-Jabal neighbourhood of Aleppo on August 26, 2014.

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Ed Miliband claims the middle class in Britain is facing the prospect that their children will be worse off than they were

Ed Miliband: Middle Britain has been hollowed out and cut off from the benefits of growth

Only Labour will take on vested interests in business and end cost-of-living crisis

Scapegoats? Fears created by Romanians arriving at Heathrow airport need to be allayed

We'll close this unfair low-wage loophole

Britain needs a Labour government that will drive up skills and stop allowing agencies to pay below the going rate to foreign workers

The Prime Minister's original message appears to have vanished, according to Mr Miliband

David Cameron demeans his office

The Conservatives’ tactics of fear and smear raise serious questions about type of politics we want

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As Britain leads the G8 conference, it's time to move on from the outdated idea of a divide between the developed and developing world

We are more interconnected than ever. And efforts to reduce tax avoidance and improve transparency will require co-operation across international borders

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